Bug#370505: xdvi: typing the search string after hitting Ctrl-F needs mousing
Frank Küster <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Go ahead.
Fine. Should the patch go to patch-tmp or patch-xdvi-370505 (or
something else, patch-src?!). BTW, README.patches is out-of-date:
,----[ README.patches ]
| 5. patch-tmp
| - currently none
% ls -l debian/patches/patch-tmp
-rw-r--r-- 1 flo users 4474 2006-06-05 15:13 debian/patches/patch-tmp
I have other questions about patches.
1. Why does README.patches say this:
A file may only be changed in _one_ of them. For quilt usage,
check its manpage or README.Developers.
The quilt docs make it clear that a file can be changed by several
2. quilt.html also says this:
Documentation related to a patch can be put at the beginning of a
patch file. Quilt is careful to preserve all text that precedes
the actual patch when doing a refresh.
Maybe that could be used instead of README.patches. I don't claim
it would be better, I just don't know if you knew about this
possibility when starting to document the individual patches in